Hello there. Some of our customers at one of our Korean restaurants were asking us a bit about Korean fashion and where they can find more information about it. There are a lot of sources online but one that I like it this youtube video here. They do a fashion haul about Korean fashion which we found very helpful in explaining Korean fashion and where to find it online and in stores. Here you go!
In Cornwall, Korean food is becoming increasingly popular. Our Korean restaurant in Westcountry is doing very well as a result. Just take at look at this food!
Also, this video below shows some of our Korean fashion and fun. As is traditional with many Korean restaurants, there is a Korean store next store for shopping. There are a variety of products like dresses, outfits, and clothes, shipped directly from Korea and sold here. This is wonderful for the locals as they can get a taste of Asia right here in England.
Thank you for supporting our local Westcountry Restaurants! We’ll be back soon posting on some of our other restaurants and stores in the area.
This directory of Restaurants is based on a compilation of The Trencherman’s Guide, The Good Food Guide, A.A Best Restaurants Guide. Michelin Guide and the RAC Guide to eating out. We have included a few establishments which have Michelin Stars.
The directory features such Restaurants as Gidleigh Park, Horn of Plenty, Carved Angle, Castle Hotel where such famous chefs as Shaun Hill, Michael Caines, Peter Gorton and Phil Vickery have worked – some of these have since become celebrity Chefs. All these chefs have very high technical skills. One of these restaurants has 5 Rosettes, others have 4, 3, 2 or 1 Rosette.
We have included one or two establishments which appear in the Trechermans and which have Michelin Stars.
The aim is to let you dine out in style, eating high class cuisine, in some of the best restaurants in Devon, Cornwall, Somerset, Dorset including Bath and Bristol.
Majority of these high class eateries, some with French influence others with Thai (spicy) or continental others are just traditional, most use locally produced fresh vegetables, in time they will no doubt introduce Organic produce.
All the Restaurants have extensive Wine Lists and some have cellars which have won awards. Most Restaurants offer an excellent range of French Claret and Burgundy, Australian Chardonnay and Shiraz, New Zealand Sauvignon plus Italian and South African and a lot more.